Every child's feet grow differently and at different times. In fact, your child's feet could be smaller or larger than the recommended size for her or his age. That's why it's best to get your child’s feet measured every few months.
To measure your child’s feet at home, print the chart on 8.5" x 11 (filling the entire sheet), place the copy on the ground, tapping each corner of the paper to secure and prevention of moving while measuring your toddler. Make sure the paper is flat on the ground to the wall with no creases for size accuracy.
Use a ruler or tape measure and measure both the lengths and widths of your child's feet. Make sure that each foot is fully extended. For the length, measure from the heel to the longest toe. For the width, make sure to measure the widest part of the foot. Using the longest and widest foot, choose a size from the charts below.
Note: Wide Widths range E, EE, and EEE.
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Our size recommendation will be slightly larger than your child's foot to provide room for healthy foot growth and for longer usage.